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13 år etter Tsjernobylulykken - En økonomisk vurdering av tidligslakting, nedfôoring og bruk av vomtabletter / Inger Kristin Hognestad, Øystein Holand, Knut Hove, Sigurd Rysstad, Svein Ole Granefjell, Inge Hårstad.

Title: 13 år etter Tsjernobylulykken - En økonomisk vurdering av tidligslakting, nedfôoring og bruk av vomtabletter / Inger Kristin Hognestad, Øystein Holand, Knut Hove, Sigurd Rysstad, Svein Ole Granefjell, Inge Hårstad.
Translated title: 13 years after the Chernobyl accident - An economic evaluation of early slaughter, watering down and use of rumen tablets.
Author(s): Hognestad, Inger Kristin.
Holand, Øystein.
Hove, Knut.
Rysstad, Sigurd.
Granefjell, Svein Ole.
Hårstad, Inge.
Date: 1999.
Language: Norwegian.
In: Reindriftsnytt. (1999.), Vol. 33(2) (1999)
Abstract: Since reindeer moss (lichen) absorbs radioactive material from rain water so readily, slaughter of calves was brought forward to avoid increased risk on change from summer to winter feeding. Costs of early slaughter, "watering down" and rumen tablets according to flock size and at different levels of radioactivity are graphed. Watering down uses special fodder to flush out caesium taken into cells in lieu of potassium (but not bound there). Rumen tablets are made of Berlin Blue which is released slowly in rumen and carries out caesium. Once in animal, they enable normal herding to go on.
Notes:

Reindriftsnytt. Vol. 33(2) :36-40 (1999).

Keywords: 546.36 -- Caesium.
551.510.721 -- Radioactive fallout.
619 -- Veterinary medicine.
636.294 -- Reindeer husbandry.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 152866

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